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Department of Justice

Former Overland Park Man Indicted for $800,000 COVID Fraud Scheme

Department of Justice

Foreign National Sentenced for Using Stolen Identity During COVID-19 Relief Prosecution

Department of Justice

Disputanta Tax Return Preparer Pleads Guilty to Tax and COVID-19 Fraud

Department of Justice

Former Buffalo Man Pleads Guilty To COVID Fraud

Department of Justice

Ten charged with conspiring to make straw purchases of firearms allegedly bought with stolen credit card information

CINCINNATI – Federal agents arrested nine individuals for crimes relating to a conspiracy to buy firearms online and have them shipped to Cincinnati-area federal firearms licensees (FFLs). It is alleged that more than 70 firearms were bought with stolen credit card information and picked up, or attempted to be picked up, at local FFLs via straw purchases that hid the identity of the true buyer. Several of the defendants are also charged with COVID-relief crimes totaling more than $120,000 in alleged loss.